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Table Spreadsheet

Alyson Cronk March 4, 2024

I am trying to use the Table Spreasheet macro and cannot figure out how the page History is tracked. It doesn't look the same as any other page history comparison where it high lights the text that was changed. The output here is a string of numbers even if it was a text change. Can anyone help? 

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Marc Koppelaar
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March 5, 2024

HI @Alyson Cronk 

Welcome to the community.

The Table Spreadsheet macro is stored as a page attachment: right upper corner of the page -> menu … -> Attachments.

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March 5, 2024

Hi @Alyson Cronk ,

You may also read about the Table Spreadsheet revisions in our documentation:

https://docs.stiltsoft.com/tfac/cloud/how-to-use-table-spreadsheet-macro-83100938.html#HowtouseTableSpreadsheetmacro-SpreadsheetAutosave

(The Spreadsheet Autosave and Retain All Spreadsheet Revisions sections)

Alyson Cronk March 5, 2024

Thanks I was able to find it, but is there any comparison of the versions? Also what program is best to view the versions w/ once downloaded? I haven't found a suitable option on my laptop. 

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March 7, 2024

Hi @Alyson Cronk ,

No, there is no any comparison of the versions.

The .tfss format is a special format developed for the Table Spreadsheet macro (it stores everything: formulas, formatting and so on). So, you may just insert a new macro and import your .tfss file there.

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